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Author: Scott Childs
ISBN13: 978-1594606175
Title: North Carolina Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press Legal Research Series)
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Language: English
Category: Administrative Law
Publisher: Carolina Academic Press (February 15, 2010)
Pages: 258

North Carolina Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press Legal Research Series) by Scott Childs

Published January 1st 2010 by Carolina Academic Press.

Carolina Academic Press (also known as CAP) is an academic publisher of books and software. Since entering the legal education market in the late 1970s, Carolina Academic Press has become a major publisher of law school textbooks. Today, CAP publishes more than 100 books a year in academic fields ranging from legal education and criminal justice to anthropology and african studies

Rev Bibliography, etc. Note . Introduction to the structure of North Carolina government Secondary sources of law The North Carolina constitution Legislative process and legislative history North Carolina statutory law Administrative law and executive documents North Carolina caselaw Briefs, records and court documents Practice materials Professional responsibility.

Scott Childs, Sara Sampson. Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press,. Revision of: Childs, Scott. Carolina Academic Press, c2010 ( 9781594606175 ). ISBN. 9781611636161 (alk. paper).

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North Carolina Legal Research is devoted to explaining the process of legal research for people searching for the law in North Carolina. The book uniquely incorporates North Carolina sources of law and related strategies into a logical legal research process. After initial discussions of legal research and analysis, and the research process, the book's chapters generally follow a basic research process including North Carolina administrative law, case law, statutory law and secondary sources. Additionally, methods of finding North Carolina legislative history, court rules, and rules of ethics are included in the text. While the book is substantially focused on the process of legal research incorporating North Carolina legal information sources, some discussion of federal legal information sources is included for instances when federal information would be relevant for research in North Carolina. North Carolina Legal Research is designed for teaching legal research to students in law school, either in the first year or in an upper level research course; however, practitioners, paralegals, librarians, college students and even laypeople might find it helpful. The book includes descriptions of a wide range of legal information sources including free, government internet websites, lower cost websites, as well as premium online services and books. North Carolina Legal Research is part of the Carolina Academic Press Legal Research Series.